Will I lose my money if I delete the Stash app from my phone?
No, your account will be safe. By opening a Stash account, you have opened a brokerage account with Apex Clearing, which is a member of FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) and SIPC (Security Investor Protection Corporation), so your investments are secure if you lose access to your account.
Even if you delete the app or get a new phone or device, your Stash Invest and Stash Retire accounts will remain intact. To access your account you will need to download the app again or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. How do I buy?
In the app, click on the ‘Invest’ tab. From here you can select the invest you’d like to buy. Click on the investment. Once you’ve selected the ‘card’ for the investment you can read a bit more about it, check out its past performance, and decide if you’d like to buy. To buy, simply click…
Q. Why is my return so low?
A low return simply indicates that the value of the investments you’ve made hasn’t yet increased significantly. In fact, some of the investments you’ve bought may have lost value since you purchased them. Before you panic, we urge you to consider how long you’ve been investing. A few weeks, months, or even a year can…
Q. I see a lot of tech and marketing professionals on the Stash team, how do I know Stash is choosing the right investments?
Stash co-founders Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson have a combined 30+ years of Wall Street experience, and Stash doesn’t rely on their experience alone. We have an investment committee as well as an external investment advisor. When choosing investments, this team utilizes a set of tools to screen potential investments before adding them to the…
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